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GUINEVERE BALAZY 






16 Dublin Street 


Gardner, 


Mass. 


1 "Sing away sorrow, cast away care." 






Glee Club — 2 
1 Hallowe'en Party, 
! Decoration Committee — 2 

W. S. G. — 1, 2, 3 

W. A. A. — 1, 2, 3 


Geography Club — 
Finance Committee 
Day Girls' Ass'n — 


1, 2 
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BEATRICE CEMBALISTY 

Bernardston Road 

"The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed, 
And ease of heart her every look conveyed." 

W. A. A— 1, 2, 3 
W. S. G — 1, 2, 3 
Hockey Team— 2, 3 
Basketball— 2 



Volley ball— 2 

Ring Committee — 3 

Glee Club— 2, 3 

Hockey Banquet Committee 



Strength and dependability are two of Bea's characteristics 
which all of her friends admire. She is a good and a jolly compan- 
ion, and we wish her success. 







BETTY DRAKE 

15 Phoenix Street ShirleV( Mass 

"One whose presence brings sunshine and joy." 



Class Sec'y — 1, 2 

Vice President of Class — 3 

W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 

W. S. G.— 1, 2, 3 

Dramatic Club— 2, 3 

Basketball— 1, 2, 3 



"A Full House"— 3 
Glee Club— 1, 2 
Hallowe'en Party 

Entertainment Committee — 2 
Valentine Party — 1 
Usher at Prom — 1 



Tuesday Night Dance Comm.-l Hockey Banquet Comm.-l, 2 
That dancing ray of sunshine that is seen passing through the 
halls is none other than Betty, one of our blue-eyed beauties. 
We know some who prefer blondes, but who one can resist those 
come-hither eyes of Betty's? Her home is in Shirley but Gard- 
ner seems to have some attraction for her. 



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ROSE FRIEDSON 

99 Main Street Gardner, Mass. 

"Would that there were more like her." 

Pres. Day Girls' Ass'n.— 1, 2, 3 Valentine Party— 1 

Sec'y W. A. A. — 3 Usher at Prom — 1 

Yearbook Committee— 3 Hallowe'en Party— 2 

Tennis- — 2 Dramatic Club — 1, 2, 3 

Swimming— 2 W. S. G— 1, 2, 3 

Soccer— 3 W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 

Hockey 2, 3 Social Editor, Courier — 3 

Basketball — 2 All School Social Committee — 3 

Rose is loved by everyone who knows her. She is sweet and 
sincere to all ; entertaining with the imp of mischief at easy call, 
but with the best kind of efficiency always at hand. She has what 
we may call a well-rounded personality and may be sure of success. 



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EDNA GALICA 



121 Madison Street 



Chicopee Falls, Mass. 



"1 love her for her look, her way 
Of speaking gently." 



Glee Club— 3 

W. A A. rally— 1 

Hockey Banquet — 3 
Hockey— 2 

W. A. A. Week-end, Chairman- 
Basketball— 1, 3 



W. S. G.— 1, 2, 3 
W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 
Div.'sion and Class games 

Volley ball— 3 

Soccer — 1, 2 
Black and Orange games 

Real loveliness is an attribute seldom acquired. Edna possesses 
it. Her work is 'pervaded by a quiet dignity. 



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ROBERTA HANKS 

Winchendon, Mass. 



"Ever loyal, ever true 

To the task she had to do." 
W. S. G. — 1, 2, 3 Prom Committee — 3 

W. A A. — 1, 2, 3 Ring Committee — 3 

Day Girls' Ass'n.— 1, 2, 3 Glee Club— 1, 2 

Roberta is a good student and a diligent worker. She is of 
quiet habit and loved by all who know her. We are sure of her 

success. 



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GERTRUDE HARTY 



262 Walnut Street 



Holyoke, Mass. 



"Merit and Virtue now are joined; 

"An angel's mind, an angel's form 

Now sweetly met in thee." 

VV. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 Art Club— 2 

W. S. G. — 1, 2, 3 Literary Editor of Courier — 3 

Member of Council— 1, 3 Usher at Prom — 1 

House President— 3 Head Usher Fr. Reception— 3 

Delegate to N. Y. Conference — 3 Student Gov't. Banquet — 3 

Class Sec'y — 3 Toastmistress 

Dramatic Club — 1, 2, 3 Christmas Banquet— 3 

One paragraph of words like this can never hope to express 
our feeling for Gert. We have all loved you, we shall all miss 
you, and we hope that you will not entirely forget us. To wish 
you success is almost unnecessary, it will come unbidden. 



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RITA KENNY 



463 Linden Street 



Fall River, Mass. 



"O'er rough and smooth she presses on, 
And sings the sweetest kind of song. 



Member of Council — 3 
W. A. A. Board— 3 
Chairman Hockey Banquet— 3 
Glee Club— 1 
Art Club— 2, '3 
Dance Committee — 3 
Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, 
Bowling, Volleball— 1, 2, 3 



W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 
W. S. G— 1, 2, 3 
Usher at Prom — 1 
Decoration Committee 

Valentine Party — 1 

Hallowe'en Party — 2 
Sport Editor of Courier — 3 
Ring Committee — 3 
Yearbook Committee — 3 

Ken has "a way with her." We may partly explain it by say- 
ing that her interests and activities have been many and in wide 
variety— art, athletics, music and others; her sunny disposition 
and love for active drive away any gloom that may be present. 
Or else, she may have kissed the Blarney Stone. 









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BETSY LAWRENCE 



Hollis Street 



Groton, Mass. 



"Why aren't all contented like me? 

Hang sorrow, care will kill a cat." 
VV. S. G.— 1, 2, 3 Glee Club— 1 

VV. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 Geography Club— 1 

Day Girls' Ass'n— 1, 2, 3 Bowling Team— 3 

Yearbook Committee — 3 

It is too bad that more of us have not Betsy's care-free dis- 
position which seems to carry her successfully through life. Full 
of fun, Betsy is a delightful companion and the Day Girls' Room 
will certainly be a lonesome place without her. 



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MARGARET LORENZEN 

A „ Cambridge, Mass. 

1 Sacramento Place 

"Has so much wit and mirth and spleen about thee, 

There is no living with thee or without thee." 



Valen'.ine Party— 1 
"Usher at Prom— 1 
Basketball— 3 
Head of Hiking— 3 
Vice President of Council — 3 
Vice House Pres'dent— 2 
W. A. A— 1, 2, 3 
W. S. G.— 1, 2, 3 



Women's Organization Editor, 
W. A. A. Assembly — 3 
Treasurer of Class — 3 
Art Club— 3 
Hallowe'en Party— 2 
Prom Committee — 3 
College Courier— 3 



Can Peg decorate! Much of the success of our parties has been 
due to her talent. Her versatility has won her many friends, 
and we wish her happiness in all she does. 




CATHERINE LUNDIGAN 



o Cross Street 



Leominster, Mass. 



"Better be small and shine, 
Than large, and cast a shadow." 



w s g—!, 2 , 3 Day Girls'Ass'n.— 1, 2, 3 

W. A'. A.-l, 2, 3 Glee Club-1 

Ring Committee— 3 Geography— 1 

Catherine's care-free, happy-go-lucky manner has won for 

her many friends. May her career in the future bring her many 
more. She loves little children and certainly proved it while in 
training. 



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DOROTHY MITCHELL 

Arlington, Mass. 
86 Highland Avenue 

-Amanda, since thy lovely frame 
Of every charm possessed, 
Hath power to kindle the purest flame 
And warm the coldest breast." 



Yearbook Committee— 3 
All School Social— 3 
"Tommy" — 3 
Dramatic Club— 2, 3 
Usher at Prom— 1 



Valentine Party— 1 

"Applesauce"— 2 

President Student Council— 3 

Student Council— 1 

W. S. G-— 1, 2, 3 

W A A.— 1, 2, 3 

Dot has helped us in so many ^^^^7^ 
is inadequate to express our appreciation^ ■ one of toe 
ideal persons we have known, lovely, efficient, kind to all. we 
shall ml, you and we wish you the success you deserve. 



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HELEN MOISON 



Hollis Street 



Groton, Mass. 



"Witty, jolly and care-free, 

Always happy as can be." 
W. S. G.— 1, 2, 3 Glee Club— 1 

W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 Bowling team— 2 

Day Girls' Ass'n— 1, 2, 3 Yearbook Committee — 3 

She is a clever little artist, and she is always ready to lend a 
hand to her less fortunate classmates. Although quiet and demure, 
her friends find her full of fun. 



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203 High Street 






Clinton, 


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"A smile for all, 


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W S. G.— 1, 2, 3 
W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 
Dav Girls' Ass'n.— 1, 2, 3 
W. A. A. Board— 2, 3 
Head of Volley ball— 2 
Geography Club — 1, 2, 3 


Glee Club — 2 
Basket ball— 2, 3 
Hockey — 2, 3 
All School Social 
President of Gas 


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Leona is our 


worthy and 


efficient president. 


She is 


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everyone. One with such a pleasing 


personality is sure to succeed 


in any profession. 


Why is 


Leona 


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MARIE MURPHY 



133 East Street 



Chicopee Falls, Mass. 



"To be merry best becomes you; for out of the 
question you were born in a merry hour." 



W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 
W. S. G.— 1, 2, 3 
Glee Club— 1, 2, 3 
Geography Club— 1, 2, 3 
Dramatic Club— 2, 3 
Head Usher 

Glee Club Operetta— 2 

Marie's voice will be remembered by all. She has given freely 
of this fine talent at many parties. Marie's help, when we needed 
songs at short notice, was gratefully received and will not be 
readily forgotten. She has been a friend to us all, and we shall 

miss h:r 



Head Usher 

Glee Club Concert — 3 
Gav. Play, "Tommy" — 3 

Glee Club Concert — 3 

Chairman Prom Committee — 3 

Entertainment Committee 
Valentine Party — 1 



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HELEN O'CONNOR 


61 Parkside Street 


Springfield, Mass. 


"Let the world slide 


let the world go, 


A fig for care and a 


fig for woe." 


W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 


Usher 


W. S. G.— 1, 2, 3 


Mohawk Play — 2 


Glee Club— 2, 3 


Gavaleer Play — 2, 3 


Geography Club — 1, 2, 3 


Prom Committee — 3 


Dramatic Club— 1, 2, 3 


Tennis Tournament — 2, 3 


Head Usher, Dramatic Club 


Hockey, Soccer, Basketball — 1,2,3 


Play— 3 


Valentine Party — 1 


Usher 


Chairman Entertainment Com. 


Glee Club Operetta— 2 


Hallowe'en Party 




Dramatic Club, Vice President — 3 




Member of Council — 3 


Will we ever forget Helen's work on entertainment Committees ? 


She has worked hard for her class and her charming manner and 


strength of character will carry 


her far. 



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W. S. G.— 1, 


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Day Girls' Ass'e 


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W. A. A.— 1, 


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Prom Committee 


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ANNE SHANNON 



451 Grove Street 



Worcester, Mass. 



"With gentle, yet prevailing force, 
Intent upon her destined course; 
Graceful and useful in all she does, 
Blessing and blessed where e'er she goes." 



W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 

VV. A. A. Week-end Comm. — 2, 3 

Glee Club— 2, 3 

Geography Clut> — 1,2 

Hockey Banquet — 3 

1, 2, 3 
Cla:s teams, Hockey, Soccer — 

Efficiency and perseverance have combined to make Ann one of 
our indispensable classmates, and friends. Gym has been her 
specialty. 



Entertainment Committee 

Hallowe'en Party — 2 

Valentine Party — 1 
Finance Commit' ee — 3 
Busness Manager, Courier — 3 
Usher at Prom — 3 
W. S. G— 1, 2, 3 




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MALVINA SULKOSKI 

4 Lafayette Street Worcester, Mass. 

"A cheerful temper spreads like dawn, 
And all the vapors disperse before it." 



W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 
W. S. G— 1, 2, 3 
Bowling Team — 3 
Basketball— 2, 3 



Hockey — 3 

Glee Club— 3 

Geography Club — 3 

W. A. A. Week-end Comm.— 3 



Mai has been one of the most enjoyable members of our class. 
We are glad she lives a little nearer us now. May we see her often 
in the future. 




Bridge Street 



MARVIS THOMPSON 



"Experiment to me 
Is everyone I meet." 



Farley, Mass. 



W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 

W. S. G— 1, 2, 3 

W. A. A. Weekend — 1, 2 

Nature Club— 2, 3 

Valen'.ine Party — 1 

Decoration Committee — 1 



Glee Club— 1, 2, 3 
Hallowe'en Party — 2 

Decoration Committee 
Christmas Banquet — 3 

Reader 
Volley ball— 1 



Marve's love for nature has taught all those who know her 
to love it a little more too. We shall not forget the challenging 
discussions her keen intelligence and broad background have en- 
abled her to carry on. Don't forget us, Marve. 









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19 Peasant Street 



Ayer, Mass. 



"What sweet delight a quiet lije affords." 



W. A. A.— 1, 2, 3 
W. S. G.— 1, 2, 3 
Day Girls' Ass'n. — 1, 



Member Day Girls' Council — 2 
Dress Committee— 3 



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Many of us do not realize the store of knowledge that Martha 
has other than that gained through the use of books. When one 
needs advice about a new recipe, or how to sew something, Mar- 
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